26th International Microlensing Conference
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the first microlensing results
Dates: January 31–February 2, 2024
Location: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California, USA
The science topics of the conference are anything related to microlensing, including (but not limited to):
- Astrometric microlensing
- Interferometric microlensing
- Detection of free-floating planets, exoplanets, brown dwarfs, stars and binaries, and compact objects
- Cold planet demographics (observational constraints and theory)
- Stellar populations and their properties in the Milky Way (and other galaxies)
- Search for electromagnetic signatures of gravitational-wave sources through microlensing
- Synergies between ground-based facilities and/or space missions (Gaia, Roman, Euclid, Rubin, ELTs, etc.)
- Data mining, numerical tools, and techniques
In addition to typical conference activities, the conference will also pay tribute to the original MACHO, OGLE, and EROS surveys.
We invite people to preregister their interest in attending the conference (either in person or remotely) and request visa invitation letters by completing our preregistration form by September 30, 2023.
Abstract submission for talks and posters will be open on this webpage between October 16–October 31, 2023.
- William Dawson (LLNL)
- Łukasz Wyrzykowski (Warsaw University Observatory)
- Peter McGill (LLNL)
Additional information relating to the conference will be added to this webpage as it becomes available.